September 24, 2021

High blood pressure symptoms: Common sign of hypertension in your nose – are you at risk?

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While nosebleeds aren’t usually anything to be too concerned about, you should still speak to a doctor if they happen relatively regularly.
You should also consider seeing a GP if you have a nosebleed combined with any symptoms of anaemia, or if you’re taking a blood-thinning medication.
But, in some situations, you should head straight to hospital with your nosebleed.
For example, if it lasts longer than 10 minutes, if the bleeding seems excessive, or if you’re feeling weak or dizzy.